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October 17, 1894 - Image 4

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TIJ L3 . OF M. DI)ALY.

TI=-P"'
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER
IP 11E $50_
The only 11igh iC.rad laieron the
Mazrket s fd ata etoalVrc
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
53f:WahNG Yr s. AnlArolr ih

F. C. STEBBINS,
B[IAH.[ L [WIMHYMAN!
I sello co ugtilOi orhs goodl
for $13 for $ _.5;).
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

THESchaIler's Bookstore
0 C 10 N IAL Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E.Washington et. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
lnofText-Books, Stationery and
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in general.
Slodeeo eelMARTIN SCHALLER,
Itd nt; iiees rh aeel m tId
Ti eadquartr;, weeilie is Ypsilanan dIfTHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
assure thlenothey cillfind ame,aseer,
Mo1st cordially, 19 E. Washington st., one bilock
W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main at.
School of Music - A. E. MVUMM~lERY'S,
(Frieze Mlemorial Hall). KEEP YOURSELF NEAT I
TH URSIJM 6T1 88:15 P M I Wewill hlpyou with m
AN EVENING + + T tli lL
+ + IN SORCERY U S Diiispl W
{ « SlI m Bth 0
MR. ANSiB ACH, " FNND SPONGES.P
MUSIC. MIRTH. MYSTERY. - NEW DRUG STORE.
-AIDlvlIZS 101T5O + rrin

= FLAG PINS $1,50
Yellow and Blue Bui
tons 60c.
With U. of X. or th
year 75c.
WM. ARN OLDYS, Jeweier
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books
at cot rate prices at the
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Not.
Books. special reductioiis this weel
on K. & E.'s Drawing Instrumnirts.
We have the heat.
"SPALW NC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHINI
and Sporting Goods for the ne'
gymnasiunm. Come an cc us. Wi
are the largest dealers in the cit.
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CDIF
Wholesale and Retail Booksellel
FIRST NATIONAL BANE
OF ANN ARBiORl.
Orgaized 18632.
Capital, $10,00. Surplus and Profits, Nset0
Transacts a general banking bheoleet
Foreign .exebhinges bought and acid. Furii
letters of credit.
F. BAClH, Pies. S. XW. CLARKSON, Cashle
:22 Years in the Busiess - 7=m
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. JW. SE.ABOLT, No, 4 N. 4th av(
TE+ DAILY
Represents Every Department
of the University.
$2.60 PER YEAR.

LAMPS ! LAMPS'! LAMPS'! STO.RE
Hakhe 1.0 mista ke. lii you wsalit a lamp? iWe cal show you iigreat 46 5. MAIN ST~REET.
variciy acid give VyoI tower prices than aiiylioiisc inltihis iiarket. MOORE & 'WETMORE
Ali exornini oin of iiiii stock dciionstratcs that it ciontains thei best
aid milost Iiproveid lamlp imade. Thiirty-thiree' years experiecec iiit]tl ie CS.Main st., iid State at., cur-
t- huiip Buisiiness is wscrthi soiiething. tuy of is aiid get the hen(.,ft of it. nier of William at., have a
complete'stock of
ie 44 South Main Street. & OQIMIDUNINy-. P IT BOOKS!
UNIVERSITY NOTES. irinetlon idefeated the Ctiiver sits of N wadScn ad
I'. essngh~n , law is Virginiao on Monday by a score of 14-0.
ill-'ar- t wl ol hercls ee Note Rooks and otlher Students' Supplies,
tileilig law iii Si. i~ouis. Ale Fine Stationery. Sporting ooids, etc , wichi
I, rof. Iirher will leceic thll ti n Ihe dhaelSaturday 01 2 p, rr they effer at-the Lowest Prices.
law tmorowani Fidy. The nle iainiig across the campilus Call and see us before purchasing.
lootse toitorroir gyaiid nnrsi110y1
. .1. ltosvay, 14 lit, is svorkiug oin to liG O ODilSl yinsiii s I~ i ___________________________
lt(,iAinArbor Daily C'orier. coompletedl. -MUSICAL GO S
The gyiiia uirniuuilasses at 2\ciii R siedsctls for the Stuidents' AT TOE
31 Lictiure colirse win'eIplaced oil Osale SAE(TIE MUISTR
thsmriga ever aladt. A. Frieidiian,' 93 lit, is iiitile
w-iolsal elilk lllilifleiirilgbulliosre & Wetiosres State st. sitre. Cheaper -than anywhere else iii
wisslNsaieocliokimanufactusiartedsi-rthe Country.
H, ess witih his father ini St. Louis, Illo. ___iss________started_______for_
Tiii' Prohibitionilubi ileeto for thie Baltimore, Tuesday morning to at-
tenidlthe national AlipbaPihi T HEen

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election of officers ini rooii 12 of liie
last}bilinlg at iip. ill., Fidtay, Illt.
l19.
Chias. Pairker, '9l)a ir, is lprlcticfii
withi Judgie J. E. Ieieighana, ai proi-
neint university alunnus in St. Louis,
lie.

tioni as a dlelegatle froiiiThletai chap-l
ter.
There wvill be two iroies at lie
Athletic field Satturday arteroonii.
After lte'Varsity-A. l. A. gamlie liie
fresiilills viiilliay till'Ann Arbor

prof. 'Thlompllsonwili qu i'hejtunior
11100 lit itiislafte'ruooin's ii'ctureon the Thulrsdaly eveninoglir. Aiisboli swill

two i iovioiis lectures delivered hby
J.. andullT.IB. Hillandit, '913,01r'
sliudying mneicine iii the -mediical die-
palrtmnt of Washington Uilversity,
0.SI. Louts, lie.
hProf. Sande'rs wvl iliet the dents
r who have Latini tooke iii in tile
denial amiphiitare at 5 o'ciock Wed-
nedaly afternoon.
The law students froii Kansas wvill
meiet iii roomi 12, law buiiiling at 7:30
tomuorrtow evening for the organiza-
tion of a club court.
The examlinations at tjic end of the
ternms at Cornell have been abolished,
and the student's rank is deterined
by his daily recitations.

eiveia sleigirht o ndtperforinanolce' in
Frieze hienioriol haill ir. Ansbach
is iclaiimed to bei'an accomliishedl artist
in his businitss.
On account of trouble at reent
freshmen elections. President Angeli
has asked AV. W*. Wcdeimeyer, '94 lit
and '951lany, to preside at thc election
to be hld~t Saturtday at 2 p. mi., in the
chapel.
Wisconsin forfeited her game with
Purdue 011 louday by leaving the
hield in thioelseoud bait, when Capt.
Lynman, who had several times been
warned for slugging, was ruled off.
Wisconsin made one touchdown on the
start, and nether side scored after
that.

Corner Washington at., anld
Ashley at.
Fa teEs $2 and $3.
'P'EHONEB2123.
Mv. STA.E3LE~t,
IutOrRoIETOB.
G. HT. WIL.D
TOE L[AOING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
A'CORVE AND SEE UTS.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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